Free passes to Web 2.0 Expo

We're sponsoring Web 2.0 Expo, and we have passes to the show to give out.

Webware is gearing up to cover Web 2.0 Expo, which kicks off Sunday, April 15 in San Francisco. I'm looking forward to a night of schmoozing with the developers and designers of all the applications we cover here on Webware--and, of course, to discovering new services to write about.

Webware is a media sponsor of the event, and as part of that deal, I get to give out free Expo Passes, which get you admission to the trade show, the keynote speeches, the LaunchPad sessions where new companies are introduced, and a few other types of session. To nab your pass, find the registration page on the Web 2.0 Expo site, and use this promotion code: webex07wbr, which gives you $100 off the $100 ticket price, thus making it free.

I might grab one or two full conference passes and give those away too, but they're a lot more expensive, so it's going to take more than just a promo code to spring those tickets. I'm thinking of doing a contest, but the "tell me why I suck" idea is already taken. So, I'll let you know if I can make it happen.

If you are attending the full conference, you might want to check out the panel I'm moderating, Web 2.0 for Small Business, at 1:30 PM on April 17. I have a cool lineup of panelists: Satish Dharmaraj, the CEO of Zimbra; Ismael Ghalimi, CEO of Intalio and ringleader of the Office 2.0 conference; Om Malik, founder and editor of GigaOm; and Rajen Sheth, enterprise product manager from Google.

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